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The Best Scholarships for High School Seniors with Upcoming Deadlines in 2024

The Best Scholarships for High School Seniors with Upcoming Deadlines

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    Sallie Mae No-Essay Scholarship

    By: Sallie Mae

    Apply to Sallie Mae's monthly no-essay scholarship for high school seniors in seconds for a chance to win $2,000!
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    Amount:$2,000
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  2. Sloane Stephens Doc & Glo Scholarship

    Funded by
    Sloane Stephens
    Sloane Stephens has always been committed to giving back and supporting her community. As she competes at the highest levels of her sport, winning the US Open in 2017 and rising to become the #3 ranked player in the world, she also dedicates her time to charitable efforts with the Sloane Stephens Foundation. She founded the nonprofit in 2013 at the age of 20 to provide more opportunities to underserved children through education and sports.Through her foundation, Sloane has helped level the playing field for over 10,000 underserved youth nationwide who otherwise would not have access to safe environments to learn, exercise or play.Sloane continues making her impact through the $30,000 Sloane Stephens Doc & Glo Scholarship, created in honor of her late grandparents who were instrumental in Sloane’s life and firm believers in the power of education. Lemon Perfect, the fastest-growing brand in the enhanced water category, shares Sloane's vision for a healthier, more equitable world and is contributing to Year 3 of the scholarship. This scholarship will support 6 students in paying for their education and following their dreams. All students who are studying healthcare or attending an HBCU with a 2.5 or higher GPA are eligible to apply.In the spirit of resilience and dedication that Doc and Glo demonstrated throughout their lives, please share a personal story or experience that highlights your determination to overcome challenges. How has this resilience shaped your character and influenced your pursuit of a career in medicine or attendance at an HBCU?

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Schooling: Either studying healthcare or attending an HBCU
    • GPA: 2.5 or higher
    Amount:$31,138
    Deadline is Approaching! 15 days left
    One Click Apply
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  3. "Be Bold" No-Essay Scholarship

    Funded by
    Bold.org
    The world will be shaped by the bold—the fighters, the risk-takers, the earnest overachievers who won’t take no for an answer. The $10,000 “Be Bold” Scholarship is a no-essay scholarship that will be awarded to the applicant with the boldest profile.
    All students are eligible
    Amount:$25,124
    Deadline is Approaching! 15 days left
    One Click Apply
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  4. Brandon Repola Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Jobe Repola
    This scholarship seeks to honor the legacy of Brandon Repola by supporting students with big goals who are interested in video and digital marketing.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • State: Arizona
    • Field of Interest: Videography, digital marketing, computers, and/or automotive technology
    • Education Level: Undergraduate
    Amount:$9,700
    Deadline:Nov 01, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  5. Matthew E. Minor Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Matthew E. Minor Awareness Foundation
    This scholarship aims to encourage the next generation to combat bullying and to protect children and teens on the internet.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • GPA: 3.0 or higher
    • Education Level: High school senior
    Amount:$2,000
    Deadline:Mar 01, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  6. Grassroot Heroics Scholarship

    Funded by
    Anthony Tran
    This scholarship aims to empower students to pursue diverse career paths and embrace the uncertainty of an unwritten future and the potential of great opportunity.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • State: OR
    Amount:$1,500
    Deadline:Sep 15, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  7. Dr. Edward V. Chavez Athletic Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Chavez
    This scholarship aims to honor the legacy of Dr. Edward V. Chavez by supporting students who have lost a parent and are passionate about sports.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school student
    • Background: Has lost one or both parents
    • Passion: Sports
    Amount:$5,605
    Deadline:Oct 30, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  8. Walking In Authority International Ministry Scholarship

    Funded by
    Walking in Authority International Ministry
    This scholarship will support a student who is passionate about making a difference in their community.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior or undergraduate
    • Experience: Volunteering
    • GPA: 2.5 or higher
    Amount:$550
    Deadline:Nov 08, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  9. Skylar's Hope Scholarship

    Funded by
    Skylar's Hope
    This scholarship seeks to honor the memory of Skylar Holly by supporting students who share his passion for helping others and making the world safer.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, undergraduate, or trade school student
    • Desired Career: First responder (firefighter, police, EMT, etc.)
    Amount:$1,525
    Deadline is Approaching! 4 days left
    One Click Apply
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  10. Monroe Justice and Equality Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Louis Strickland
    This scholarship will support high school seniors.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • GPA: 3.0
    Amount:$1,025
    Deadline:Apr 01, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  11. Curtis Holloway Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Lesley Holloway
    This scholarship seeks to honor the life of Curtis Holloway by supporting a student who has lost a parent or lives in a single-parent household.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school or undergraduate student
    • Background: Has lost a parent or lives in a single-parent household
    Amount:$2,000
    Deadline:Oct 16, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  12. Jason David Anderson Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Kate Sansone
    This scholarship seeks to keep the memory of Jason David Anderson alive by supporting students who are pursuing higher education in order to help people who struggle with addiction.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • State: New Jersey
    • GPA: 3.0 GPA or higher
    • Background: Has been affected by addiction (personally or through a loved one)
    • Field of Study: Healthcare or rehabilitation
    • Education Level: High school or undergraduate student
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:May 18, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  13. AB Foundation Scholarship

    Funded by
    AB Scholarship Foundation
    This scholarship will support college bound students who were pregnant during their high school years or children of teen mothers.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education level : High school senior & undergraduates
    • Background: Teen mom and/or child of a teen mom
    Amount:$10,220
    Deadline:Oct 01, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  14. Phil Murphy Technical Theater Scholarship

    Funded by
    Duke Core
    This scholarship aims to support students who are interested in professions in theater so they can complete their studies and go on to successful careers.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, undergraduate, or trade school student
    • Field of Study: Theater
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 24 days left
    One Click Apply
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  15. Juanita Robinson English Book Scholarship

    Funded by
    English Family
    This scholarship aims to honor the memory of Juanita Robinson English by assisting Howard University undergraduate students with the costs of books and tuition.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: Undergraduate student
    • School: Howard University
    • Background: Non-profit or volunteering experience
    Amount:$4,205
    Deadline:Sep 01, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  16. Gussie Lynn Scholarship

    Funded by
    Hakeim Harris
    This scholarship will support students seeking a career in child development or early childhood education.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior or undergraduate
    • Major: Childcare, early childhood education, or child development
    Amount:$1,050
    Deadline:Aug 31, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  17. Etherine Tansimore Scholarship

    Funded by
    Ollie Tansimore
    This scholarship is perfect for high school seniors from low-income backgrounds who want to make a difference through a career in the medical field.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • GPA: 2.5 or higher
    • Background: Low-income
    • Field: Medical
    Amount:$550
    Deadline:Nov 28, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  18. Fred Rabasca Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Michael Diorato
    This scholarship aims to honor the memory of Fred Rabasca by supporting students who are pursuing the noble field of teaching.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • Field of Study: Education
    Amount:$550
    Deadline is Approaching! 29 days left
    One Click Apply
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  19. Catherine (Kay) Williams Memorial Arts Scholarship

    Funded by
    The Williams Family
    This scholarship aims to honor the life of Kay Williams by supporting students who demonstrate artistic talent.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • State: Florida
    • Field of Study: Art
    • Gender: Female
    • Education Level: High school senior
    • GPA greater than or equal to: 3
    • Financial Status: Low-Income
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline:May 01, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  20. Otto Bear Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Dave Schmotzer and Lynette Fricke
    This scholarship seeks to pay forward the love, kindness, and joy that Otto brought to the world by supporting young women pursuing STEM.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Gender: Female-identifying
    • Field of Study: STEM
    • State: California, Washington, or Oregon
    • Education Level: High school senior
    • GPA: 3.0 or higher
    Amount:$10,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 14 days left
    One Click Apply
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  21. Cameron Sims Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Chelsea Petty
    This scholarship seeks to honor the life of Cameron Sims by supporting students who share his love for music.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • Field of Study: Music or arts
    Amount:$800
    Deadline is Approaching! 29 days left
    One Click Apply
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  22. William R. Godfrey Scholarship

    Funded by
    Godfrey Family
    This scholarship seeks to honor the life of William R. Godfrey by supporting students who need financial assistance in order to complete their education at HBCUs.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior (2024) or undergraduate student
    • School Type: HBCU
    • Identity: Minority
    • Field of Study: Business
    • GPA: 3.0 or greater
    Amount:$4,250
    Deadline:Aug 25, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  23. Dashanna K. McNeil Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    Dashanna K McNeil Memorial Scholarship
    To honor the life of Dashanna K. McNeil, this scholarship to encourage those who share her commitment to healing to continue in their Nursing studies.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High School, Associate's, Bachelor's, or Master's
    • Career of interest: Nursing or a related field
    • Location: Planning to attend an accredited nursing institution
    Amount:$1,300
    Deadline is Approaching! 14 days left
    One Click Apply
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  24. Barnaby-Murphy Scholarship

    Funded by
    Nadia Murphy
    This scholarship seeks to support the next generation of mental and physical health professionals as they pursue their academic goals.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, undergraduate student, or graduate student
    • Heritage: Caribbean descent
    • Field of Study: Mental health or healthcare
    Amount:$525
    Deadline:May 01, 2025
    One Click Apply
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  25. Jacques Borges Memorial Scholarship

    Funded by
    MONA LISA LYSINGER
    This scholarship will support one student of Haitian descent who is pursuing a civil engineering degree and who has large ambitions for the future of their community.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Ethnicity: Haitian
    • Degree: Civil Engineering
    Amount:$2,025
    Deadline:Oct 13, 2024
    One Click Apply
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  26. Janice Louise Olach Scholarship

    Funded by
    Lynn Greene
    This scholarship aims to honor the memory of Janice Louise Olach by supporting students from her community who are pursuing higher education.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, trade school student, or four-year undergraduate
    • State: Michigan
    • GPA: 3.0 or higher
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 3 days left
    One Click Apply
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  27. Tanya C. Harper Memorial SAR Scholarship

    Funded by
    Gail Saunders
    This scholarship will support one high school senior or undergraduate black student who is pursuing a career in the medical field.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior or undergraduate student
    • Career Field: Medical
    • Race/Ethnicity: Black
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 4 days left
    One Click Apply
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  28. Wieland Nurse Appreciation Scholarship

    Funded by
    Wieland Healthcare
    This scholarship will support current or future nursing students.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student
    • Major: Nursing
    Amount:$2,500
    Deadline is Approaching! 6 days left
    One Click Apply
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  29. Ojeda Multi-County Youth Scholarship

    Funded by
    Geanette Rodriguez-Ojeda
    The Ojeda Multi-County Youth Scholarship will be awarded to two deserving inner-city high school students to help pay for tuition and books.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school senior
    • Race: BIPOC
    • GPA: 2.9 or higher
    Amount:$1,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 8 days left
    One Click Apply
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  30. Lexi Hidalgo Scholarship for Rescue Animals & Mental Health

    Funded by
    Lexi Hidalgo
    This scholarship aims to support and celebrate young individuals who share Lexi's passion for making a difference in the lives of rescue animals and promoting mental health through volunteer work.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Education Level: High school or undergraduate student
    • Background: Passionate about rescue animals, mental health, and volunteerism
    Amount:$5,000
    Deadline is Approaching! 9 days left
    One Click Apply
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Getting a college degree is a dream for many high school seniors. However, the cost of college can be a major barrier for students and their families. That's where scholarships come in - they provide financial support and make the dream of attending college a reality. High school senior scholarships reward successful students, aiding their transition to higher education with financial support and recognition.

As a scholarship platform, we understand the challenges students face when planning their higher education goals. That's why we will explore the best scholarships for high school seniors, discuss how to get scholarships in high school, and share tips for a successful application.

Make your college dreams a reality! Apply for high school senior scholarships to get a head start on scholarship applications to maximize your financial assistance.

About Scholarships for High School Seniors

For the average high school senior, the college admissions process is an exciting yet daunting experience. There are a lot of things to consider, with rising tuition costs and student loans at the top of the list.

Since 1977, college tuition rates have increased 150% for both private and public four-year universities. Back then, it cost the modern equivalent of $17,680 per year to attend a private college and $8,250 per year to attend a public college, figures that graduating high school seniors could keep up with. Today, tuition costs are a whopping $48,510 for private colleges and $21,370 for public colleges. 

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Despite soaring tuition rates, going to college is still a worthy investment. In 2018, college graduates earned weekly wages that were 80% higher than those of high school graduates. However, wages cannot keep up with rapidly increasing tuition costs.

To afford the cost of attendance, 34% of college students borrow money each year. On average, a student will borrow more than $30,000 to obtain their undergraduate degree. As a result, students collectively across the country owe more than $1.7 trillion in student loan debt.

That's where scholarships come into play. Scholarships are a form of financial aid that does not require repayment from the student. Approximately 25% of college costs are funded by college scholarships, grants, and fellowships.

To get started, click on one of the scholarships listed above and submit your application today! Or sign up now and apply for your first scholarship!

Also, view our full list of scholarships for high school students.

Best Scholarships for High School Seniors

When it comes to scholarships, there are a plethora of options available for high school seniors. Here are some of the best scholarships worth considering:

Scholarships for High School Students

There are numerous scholarships specifically tailored to assist high school seniors as they prepare to transition to college. This collection provides a variety of opportunities suited to diverse interests and backgrounds aimed at supporting your educational journey.

Easy Scholarships for High School Seniors

For high school seniors looking for a simpler route to financial aid, there are plenty of easy scholarship opportunities worth exploring. These scholarships are designed with straightforward applications to make the process less daunting.

Scholarships by Major

High school seniors focusing on their future majors should explore scholarships specifically aligned with their field of study. These major-specific scholarships offer tailored support, catering to students with clear academic and career pathways in various disciplines, like law or medicine.

Merit-Based Scholarships

Merit-based scholarships reward high school seniors who have excelled academically, demonstrated leadership, or showcased unique talents. These scholarships recognize your hard work and achievements, encouraging you to maintain your high standards as you transition into college. They're a great way to help fund your education based on your proven track record in school and beyond.

Nursing Scholarships

If you're a high school senior interested in a nursing career, there are scholarships specifically designed to support your educational journey. These scholarships can help manage the costs of nursing school, including tuition and textbooks, making it easier for you to focus on your studies and your future role in healthcare.

No-Essay Scholarships

For high school seniors looking for a simpler scholarship application process, no essay scholarships provide relief from the usual essay-writing requirements. These scholarships might be awarded based on your academic achievements, and extracurricular activities, or through random draws. It's an ideal option for busy students seeking to secure additional funding for college without the added stress of writing essays.

Scholarships for Women

Scholarships for women are tailored to help female students manage the costs of college tuition. These awards alleviate financial barriers, allowing recipients to dedicate their efforts to academic excellence and career readiness. They are particularly beneficial for those entering fields where women have traditionally been underrepresented.

The Gates Scholarship

Created by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, this scholarship covers the full cost of attendance for minority students who demonstrate leadership, academic achievement, and financial need. According to data, the Gates Scholarship has provided support to thousands of students.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program

Recognizing students for their leadership skills, dedication to community service, and academic achievements, this scholarship grants funding to 150 high school seniors every year. The program has been instrumental in enabling students to pursue their higher education goals.

These scholarships are just a few examples of the amazing opportunities available for high school seniors. Researching and applying for scholarships like these can significantly reduce the financial burden of college.

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Why are Scholarships Important for High School Seniors?

While many universities offer some type of financial aid, and students can use the FAFSA to apply for governmental aid, college can still be difficult to afford. A shocking 65% of 2019 college graduates took out loans to pay for college. Furthermore, the cost of college has been rapidly increasing, more than doubling at public universities since the 1980s.

The increasing amount of loans that graduates are left with puts pressure on them to immediately find jobs, especially when student loans are compounded with the increase in housing costs. For current high school seniors, this means that scholarships can be critical for limiting student debt throughout college.

At Bold.org, we're here to help meet the financial need of students. You can check the scholarships by year here.

How to Find Scholarships for High School Seniors

To find scholarships for high school seniors, filter the list on Bold.org by education level in order to reduce the list to only scholarships open to high school students. Then, read through the descriptions and eligibility requirements to determine which scholarships you're interested in.

When to Start Applying for Scholarships

It's never too early or too late to start applying! It's great to begin your applications in high school in order to maximize the number of scholarships you can apply for and win, but many college students are just beginning their search, so don't worry if you're just starting! 

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What to Consider When Applying for Scholarships

When applying for scholarships, keep in mind that you want to make yourself stand out from other applicants. To do so, make sure your profile is detailed and unique so donors can get a sense of your personality, interests, and goals. Additionally, do everything in your power to increase your chances of winning, such as by following the tips below.

Read the instructions carefully: Before starting to fill out any scholarship application, make sure to read the instructions carefully. Follow them precisely and provide all the required information. Highlight your achievements: Make sure to highlight your academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and any volunteer or community service work you have done.

Finally, don't get discouraged if you don't win every scholarship you apply for. Many students are looking for financial aid to fund their higher education, so not winning doesn't mean you're doing anything wrong.

How to Apply for Scholarships for High School Seniors

Applying for scholarships may seem like a daunting task, but with proper preparation and guidance, it can be an achievable feat. Here are some steps to help you navigate the scholarship application process:

  1. Research extensively: Start by researching scholarships that align with your academic goals, extracurricular activities, and personal background. This will help you narrow down the scholarships that are the best fit for you.
  2. Meet the requirements: Carefully read the eligibility criteria for each scholarship and ensure you meet all the requirements. Keep in mind that some scholarships may have specific GPA requirements, community service hours, or essays to be submitted.
  3. Gather necessary documents: Organize all the required documents, such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, and financial aid information. Make sure to meet the deadlines and submit your application well in advance.
  4. Write a compelling essay: Many scholarship applications require an essay that showcases your achievements, aspirations, and why you deserve the scholarship. Spend time crafting a well-written and genuine essay that highlights your unique qualities.
  5. Proofread and submit: Before submitting your application, proofread everything thoroughly to ensure there are no errors or typos. Submit your application within the specified deadline and keep track of your submissions.

Following these steps will increase your chances of securing scholarships and funding your college education.

The first step in applying for Bold.org scholarships is to create an account on Bold.org. To do so, click on any of the scholarships above. Then, decide which types of scholarships you want to search for and use the filter to find good matches. Doing so will allow you to find scholarship opportunities based on your unique characteristics and interests, such as public service grants, merit scholarships, scholarships for college students, etc.

Once you find the scholarships you want to apply for, read the description to make sure you're eligible and to find scholarship instructions, such as an essay or video prompt. Once you're done with your application materials, just click apply, and you're all set!

Click here to read our complete guide on how to apply for scholarships.

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Scholarship Application Tips for High School Seniors

Applying for scholarships can feel like a lottery that you have no control over. With so many students in need of scholarships, it can feel impossible to make yourself stand out from other applicants. Luckily, there are many things you can do to improve your scholarship applications. Keep reading for our tips on how to win scholarships for high school seniors.

Find Your Best-Fitting Scholarships

Bold.org has scholarships for all types of students, regardless of academic performance, level of education, extracurricular activities, etc. Finding scholarships that fit your interests and experience will not only make you a better candidate but will also make your scholarship essays more personal.

Apply for a Variety of Scholarships

During your scholarship search, you will find different types of scholarships. While you may be tempted to apply only for easy, no-essay scholarships, it's a good idea to also apply to some essay-based scholarships to increase your chances of winning one. No-essay scholarships are great options for busy students, but the high number of applicants and the lack of an essay to distinguish yourself from the competition can make it difficult to win.

Apply Early and Often to Scholarships for High School Students

Begin your scholarship search and application process as early as possible. Some scholarships have early deadlines, so it's essential to stay organized and plan ahead.

There will be a scholarship deadline in the description of every scholarship, but don't wait until the last minute to apply! Being among the first to apply for a scholarship can boost your chances of winning and ensure that you won't miss the deadline if you experience difficulties with your application. To find scholarships that just launched, you can filter the scholarship list to show scholarships in descending order from newest to oldest.

Additionally, applying for more scholarships increases your chances of winning some, so apply for as many as you can. There are hundreds of open scholarships on Bold.org, and more are added each week, so there's no shortage of scholarships to apply for.

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Put Time and Effort into Your Essays

Tailor your application materials to each scholarship you apply for. Highlight your unique experiences, talents, and goals that align with the scholarship requirements. Be sure that you're putting your best foot forward with the essays you submit. Be sure to take the time to proofread so that your essay has proper spelling and grammar. Additionally, make sure you stay on topic and respond to the essay prompt.

Other essay tips include having a strong opening that grabs the attention of the reader, making the essay feel personal, and having a short conclusion at the end to sum up your essay. Many essays have low word limits, so be sure to stay on topic so you can fit all of the necessary information in your essay.

Seek Recommendations

Ask teachers, mentors, or community leaders who know you well to write recommendation letters for you. Their insights can greatly enhance your application and provide a holistic view of your abilities.

Stay Organized

Maintain a spreadsheet, a folder, or a calendar to track your scholarship applications, deadlines, and required documents. Being organized will help you submit everything on time and avoid any last-minute rush.

By following these tips, you can present yourself in the best possible light and increase your chances of receiving scholarships.

Additionally, when applying for scholarships, it's crucial to research the organizations offering the scholarships. Understanding their mission, values, and goals can help you tailor your application to align with their specific criteria. Take the time to explore their websites, read about their past scholarship recipients, and familiarize yourself with their selection process.

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